Monthly Archives: October 2012
Business in the new globalized economy is all about reaching out to the emerging markets and getting competitive in the existing markets with better understanding of new variables. This requires an integrated approach for both horizontal and vertical operational synergy across various segments. In this new environment, the demand for multi-faceted development has become crucial for keeping pace with the progression.
Saviour Builders have a penchant to craft dreams into reality. It has expanded its efforts to fulfill the dreams of a good home of thousands and set new benchmarks in the real estate industry. The company is committed to harness the power of dynamism to reach higher and build better.
Saviour group has emerged as one of the prominent entities in the real estate industry .It’s into “Residential”, “Commercial” and “Township”.The business philosophy of the group derives its core strength from a firm belief that lays stress on induction of state-of-the-art engineering techniques and use of top quality materials in various construction projects.
This results in cost-effective and holistic solutions specific to contemporary standards for residential complexes and business centers. The group has forged linkages with leading global consulting architecture firms to introduce new design and construction concepts in India.
Being Buyer-centric is our USP .It means that we came up with projects that have great location,price and accessibility as their core.Apart from that we make sure that we deliver the projects on time so that buyers should not go through the pain of paying EMI’s and rent simultaneously.
The company has proved its mettle by creating some prestigious projects like SPS Residency, SPS heights, Euro Partments, SPS Commercial and so on.
“We at Saviour are constantly striving to scale new heights in professional competencies and efficiencies by pushing performance and human potential to new limits.” Says Shri Iqbal Singh Sodhi, Chairman,Saviour Builders.
Gandhi Jayanti, the birth date of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi also known as father of nation, is celebrated every year on 2nd of October. People recognize Mahatma Gandhi for his non-violence or Satyagraha which are influencing political leaders and movements till date. Gandhi Jayanti is also observed by the United Nations as the International Day of non-violence that aims to disseminate his philosophy, principle and believe in non-violence through proper education and public awareness.
Mahatma Gandhi was born in a coastal town Porbandar in Gujarat. In a very tentative age of 13 he was married to Kasturba Makhanji. When he was 18 year of age he went to England to study law and returned to India in 1915. After his homecoming, he felt the heat India was facing under British reign after which he started various movements against British government like Dandi March, non-cooperation movement and Quit India calling British to leave India. Raj Ghat in New Delhi is a popular mausoleum of Mahatma Gandhi where people gather every year and pay tribute to “Bapu” offering flowers and chanting his favourite song Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram.
Government offices, banks, schools and many private organizations remain closed in India on 2nd October in order to pay homage to the “Father of the nation”.